London gambling show criticised for appearance of scantily clad models

The Synot Company operating in 20 countries favoured the model look Credit: Synot Twitter

AS gambling has taken off thanks in no small part to the internet, gaming companies from all over the world have just converged on London for the ICE Exhibition which is now a major meeting place for those involved in the business.

Due to adverse publicity in 2018 following the appearance of pole dancers, the organisers were told by the Gambling Commission to tone down the appearance of young models in swimsuits but even in 2020 the practise still continues with many exhibitors ensuring eye catching displays for mainly male visitors.

Some argue that the appearance of scantily clad women especially in a show dedicated to gambling is improper and should be banned whilst others suggest that this is a harmless and lucrative opportunity for the models to find safe work.

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